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Monday, 04 July 2011 10:38

Anonymous attacks Apple

Written by Nedim Hadzic
apple

Said to be minor hack
Apparently, hacker group Anonymous hacked into Apple’s servers on Sunday, snatching a list of admins and passwords from the company's survey sites's MySQL table.

However, Anonymous’ twitter feed says that they weren’t so serious and that there’s no reason for worry as they’re busy elsewhere. The group did concede though that Apple may be one of the targets in its AntiSec initiative.

Apple did not comment the attack as of yet.

More here.


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+27 #1 Warhead 2011-07-04 13:44
Waiting fo Job's comments...so much for someone who claims that Microsoft, Adobe, etc have unsecure products.

The fact that they mention "that they weren’t so serious and that there’s no reason for worry" suggests that there's not even a challenge in hacking their systems which shows how flawed Apple's products are.
 
 
-1 #2 The blue fox 2011-07-05 23:04
Awww i was hoping that if they ever hack Apple. they grab more then some passwords. I wanna see info on upcoming iCrap. Or get there hands on Apple's new OS.
 

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